Inside The Outpost, patrons find a constantly rotating selection of 40 craft beers. A dressed-down menu features burgers, wings, and sandwiches such as the BeerLT, a BLT served on beer-battered sourdough. The walls are decked with 100-year-old wood as well as 15 flat-screen TVs, which let guests keep tabs on the moral decay of 21st-century mass communication.
At Mangroves, ordering a drink is almost as much of an experience as sipping it—guests ask for wine and cocktails at a handcrafted 60-foot, stained-glass bar. Its eye-catching design fits right into the chic downstairs lounge, dotted with VIP tables where guests revel in bottle service. Upstairs, meanwhile, another full bar awaits visitors, fueling jive sessions on the spacious dance floor. DJs spin there four days a week, playing sets far preferable to the sound of guests blowing over empty champagne flutes.
Late-night partiers can snack on casual bites such as chicken tenders or mac ‘n’ cheese after 10 p.m., but the eatery’s dinner menu reflects the same refinement as the stained-glass bar. Pomegranate-glazed salmon and black Angus filets in blue-cheese sauce delight palates, along with simpler burgers and salads.